sidelight

NOUN
  1. light carried by a boat that indicates the boat's direction; vessels at night carry a red light on the port bow and a green light on the starboard bow
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How To Use sidelight In A Sentence

  • Federal doorways may have been preferred because of the appeal of the delicately mullioned fanlights and sidelights that usually framed them.
  • A sidelight cast a sepulchral glow through the lily-white curtains that hung at her new patio doors. THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • The only embellishments are the narrow sidelights flanking the front door and the small transom window above it.
  • His white pate was visible in the glim of the sidelights as he climbed out.
  • Through the frosted window blazed the cold light of winter morning; sidelight, the most harsh.
  • Wander round to the back and the rear light clusters are designed to resemble the iris of an eye, with the sidelights, brake lights and indicators arranged in concentric circles.
  • A curious sidelight on gourd-growing emerges from the reminiscences of Kinau Wilder, the niece of the botanist Gerrit Parmile Wilder.
  • Etched and leaded glass doors, transoms and sidelights boldly decorate the entrance, while providing privacy to various spaces in the home.
  • The new house, with an entrance with sidelights and paneled pilasters, is more commodious although somewhat less elegant than Johnston's previous home.
  • In her capacity of editress Francie had added: “This is surely a curious little sidelight on the nature of our Victorian foremothers.” On Forsyte 'Change
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